Straight after the festive season, Waller Glazing Services have started this library window installation. We were awarded the Gillingham Library window replacement project after being successful in Medway Council’s tendering process.
Gillingham Library Window Replacement
The existing wooden windows have seen better days and the decision was made by Medway Council to upgrade to uPVC which will improve both the look of the building and the thermal efficiency. This three week project will transform the rear of the library as well as improving the security of the building. This is a three week project with little if no inconvenience being caused to the public or library staff.
Commercial Glazing Services
Waller Glazing Services are expanding within the commercial area. We work regularly in the education, retail and health care sectors. Our projects include high street shop fronts, curtain walling in schools and office glazing. Additionally, we install windows in factories, hospitals and education. For more information please visit our website.
Commercial Building Services
As well as the glazing division, Waller Building Services carries out projects within the commercial sector. These works are also in the education, retail and healthcare sectors. Our services range from smaller refurbishments through to extensions and new builds. Therefore, please see our website case studies for more information.
Waller Associates Building on Trust
All of Waller Building and Glazing Services work force are DBS checked. We are also members of Fensa, Constructionline, Chas and Safecontractor. As a result you can be sure that we are a company that you can trust.
Contact Waller Building and Glazing Services
Based in Sittingbourne, Kent, we carry out works throughout the south east of England. For a quotation of any size of glazing project, please contact us call – 01795 424435. Additionally, you can email email@example.com
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